European History

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  • Individualism Vs. European Christianity

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    Shelley Li Ms. Cassell G Block 16 September 2015 History When people join together, they create society. When societies join together, they create history. The efforts of the people who orchestrate the course of events shapes not only our modern world, but the course of human history. But why is that, throughout history, certain societies were able to dominate the historical stage, and other societies go extinct? For example, Europe and China both had a “Golden Age”, but in the modern world, Europe

  • Benin Bronzes Analysis

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    specified plates from the AA100 Illustration Book, in order to better understand how, over the last century, European attitudes towards the bronzes have changed. Initially objects of monetary significance which furthered imperial colonisation, attitudes have transformed over time into appreciating the artefacts for their cultural significance, not only aesthetically

  • Day Of Glory: The Age Of Discovery

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    For centuries, dominant history as we know it has been shaped, twisted and prodded to the point that it is barely recognizable. Our alleged history that is imprinted in classroom textbooks and encyclopedias isn’t history at all, for as Eduardo Galeano believes, all dominant historical records are representative of the untruth. The apparent gaps and inconsistencies in the timeline of the past are substituted with excessive praise to renowned European colonizers. This historical amnesia was put in

  • Examples Of New Historicism

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    particular, while cultural studies has taken an increasing interest in history, some historians have expressed a sense of being overtaken or displaced by cultural studies. E. P. Thompson and his The Making of the English Working Class (1978) not only constructs the English working class, ‘calling it up’ through the writing of its story, it also ushers in a new kind of history. Instead of focusing on the elite and the powerful, Thompson’s history places its distinctive emphasis on those who lived ordinary lives

  • Justo Gonzalez: The Story Of Christianity

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    According to The author of “The story of Christianity” by Justo L. Gonzalez in his narrative of the future of shape of history. He agrees that history is complex with its ups and downs, its time of trials, and its times of glory. But as every history, it is an unfinished narrative, for us too, with our own confusion, our ups and downs, our time of trials and our time of glory are now becoming part of the story (Gonzalez. pg. 527-28). It is we who, from our own twenty-first century perspective, shape

  • Woodrow Wilson Consensus History

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    Consensus history focuses on unity and celebration within history and appears in historical writing as a sort of glorified version of the past. However Consensus history has multiple glaring faults despite its optimistic appearance. The emphasis on unity prevents a wider variety of groups to be included in the narrative instead focusing on a singular perspective resulting in “tunnel vision.”(p. 53) Consensus history is also centered on history being truth or factual which causes a lack of critical

  • Forensic Anthropology Research Paper

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    Europeans were making their way into the New World, and then specifically settling into the Chesapeake, in large numbers by May 1607. These settlers ended up creating and inhabiting the island of Jamestown. Jamestown was actually considered a fort, where

  • Deadman Summary

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    great example given is James Fort, one of the first settlements in the New World. Built by European settlers approximately 400 years ago, it simply vanishes. Little record was left behind about its people and the lives they lead, and the location was thought to have been

  • The Importance Of Collective Identity

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    In order to answer the research question on how the European Union has enhanced the collective identity within the European Union by combating islamic terroristic groups, the term 'collective identity' has to be examined. An amount of academic literature has focused on how collective identity can be acquired. According to Delanty (2005), a collective identity can only be achieved through a social group or an institutional framework that illustrates a collective self-identification (p.131). Moreover

  • Gone Girl Film Analysis

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    their context in interpreting events in history. Concerns such as unreliable narrators, subjectivity in perception, media reality, and limitations of memory have been brought up and will be further discussed. In all the 3 films mentioned above, unreliable narrator